thank you Chris for the pics….
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As most people stated they are junk ,by far the worst pellets I ever used. Out put is very low need to turn stove up to 80 to 85 degree’s to get good heat. Now I don’t know if any one else has developed a headache while burning them but I have ,started using them late October by Thanksgiving I developed a headache didn’t thing any thing about it till my friend stated could it be from the pellet stove so I cleaned it and re taped the flue joints nothing changed .So I got 3 bags of my regular type and headache disappeared it came back when I started using them so I’m stuck with about 2 tons of junk pellets. No matter where I look I can not find any info on Still River Pellets to see if they use a binder in there pellets….DO NOT BUY they are junk….
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Was told by McKenney Electric that there was a production problem and the chance of getting Force pellets for the remainder of the 2019 season is doubtful. Is this true???
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Stuff is crap. Full of fines and dust. Had one bag with baseball size clumps of stuff(not pellets).
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I bought this brand at Lowe’s and had to return it is very poor quality. I do not recommend it to anyone.
Worst pellets ever. Lots of soot, plugs up auger,constantly cleaning window and burn box. Bighuge chucks of pellets together and lots of dust. Looks like bags just have gotten wet Bought 3 ton ad stuck with them.
Worst pellets ever. Need to clean pellet stove every other day lots of soot and dust. Have had big clumps of pellets just stuck together.
Worst pellet I’ve burned. I have a free standing Avalon Astoria that burns damn near everything really well. These had tons of soot and really poor heat output. Got 5 bags at Lowe’s and definitely NOT getting more. They’re labeled “hardwood pellets but had a Very strong odor of pine/evergreen when I loaded them in the hopper.
Total garbage!! Pellets made for horse bedding works a hell of a lot better then this junk.